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Obstetrics, Gynecology and Infertility: Handbook for Clinicians; Pocket Edition 6th Edition
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-Primary care section covers the big topics you might see in a typical primary care setting.
-Outline format helps pack in information
-Helpful diagrams, such as those for pre-eclampsia and abnormal uterine bleeding
-ACLS section (includes neonatal resuscitation algorithm)
-Concise medical spanish section
-Some high-yield anatomical drawings
-The new REI section is quite extensive (also a "con")
-The operative reports section is great. For residents, this may be one of the best aspects of the book.
-Excessively thick. This edition gained a lot of weight/pages because Dr. Lebovic's REI handbook was basically added on to the previous edition. The length and width pretty stayed the same, so the book just got thicker. The book is too thick to carry on you if you're just wearing scrubs, but can be fit in your white coat. Even so, it just feels annoyingly bulky and heavy.
-Not well-indexed. The index could be more extensive and intuitive. I have only used this book as a third- and fourth-year med student, but I can tell you that there were many times when I tried to look something up in the index, only to get frustrated and wish that I had just searched for it via UpToDate.
-The binding needs to be stronger, given the physical characteristics of the book. My book is split in half, only held together by the cover.
-The length of the REI section. It's roughly as long as the OB section. Given the scope of what OB/Gyn med students and residents experience, that much REI is too extensive for this type of book.Read more ›
- Appendix is not well layed out and has insufficient entries to find the topic you are looking for in a pinch
- Not really "pocket-sized"
- Overkill in terms of details for medical students and not enough background information to use as quick study guide for pimping preparation
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great pocket reference. I keep it in my coat pocket everyday.Published 4 months ago by mija
Small enough to fit in the white coat pocket and excellent for when internet is being spotty.Published 5 months ago by Timothy Chan
I'm a 3rd year med student. Lovely book for reference. It's pretty highly regarded by our attendings as use for 3rd year and residency. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tsz Wong
script is too small; often can't find what I'm looking forPublished 11 months ago by Dr. Baruch Fox